luckie

[ luhk-ee ]
/ ˈlʌk i /

noun Scot.

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Definition for luckie (2 of 2)

lucky2

or luck·ie

[ luhk-ee ]
/ ˈlʌk i /

noun, plural luck·ies. Scot.

a familiar name applied to an elderly woman, especially a grandmother; granny.
a familiar name applied to a woman, as one's wife or a barmaid.

Origin of lucky

2
First recorded in 1710–20; luck + -y2
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British Dictionary definitions for luckie

lucky
/ (ˈlʌkɪ) /

adjective luckier or luckiest

having or bringing good fortune
happening by chance, esp as desired

Derived forms of lucky

luckily, adverbluckiness, noun
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Idioms and Phrases with luckie

lucky

see born under a lucky star; strike it rich (lucky); thank one's lucky stars.

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